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Discussed by Bill King
with Bill King (www.BillKingBlog.net)

Part 1 of 2

Mitigate: an action verb: To lessen in force or intensity; to make less severe; to make milder or more gentle

Bill King, candidate for Mayor of Houston, discusses his plans to mitigate the flooding situation in Houston.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Each flooding event is different with the City, the County, and the Corps of Engineering have different responsibilities for mitigating flooding due to rain water runoff.

Many residents of Houston, especially in the Kingwood area, are worried about the San Jacinto River. Listen as Bill discusses why this is such a problem. He will continue in the next segment…

Discussed by Bill King
with Bill King (www.BillKingBlog.net)

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Can the Mayor spend the money collected from the ‘rain tax’ on anything he wants – even if it doesn’t directly affect flooding issues? HINT: YES! This is outrageous! You’ll be even more shocked to learn how long this has been happening! Listen in…

If elected Mayor, how will Bill King use his experience studying and researching floods to help the City of Houston?

Bill King has a 7-Point Plan to Mitigate Flooding in Houston  Listen as he discusses parts of his plan.

Is flooding a long-term problem that needs long-term solutions?

Discussed by Sara Tracey
with The What's UP Radio Program

Mark Lanier has a brand-new devotional book out:Torah for Living: Daily Prayers, Wisdom, and Guidance.”

Listen as Sara Tracey shares today’s devotion from from from Numbers 2:1-2

Is the scenery/view really worth the cost? In today’s passage, God instructed the Israelites on where to pitch their tents. But why did He even care? How does this apply to us today? Listen to find out!

Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 5

We’ve all heard of the Tapestry of God. But what does it really mean? In addition, why did God give us free will? Isn’t our future already aligned by God before the beginning of time? These are heavy questions that Mark answers using Greek. Don’t worry, though! He explains it all in an easy-to-understand way!

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Points for Home:
Jesus is a big deal! We cannot explain in mere words how important Jesus is!
We all have a purpose. We are not just a casual result of two people.
We all have a choice. How will you choose to walk today?

For more information about Mark’s Class, click [here]

Discussed by Pastor Ed Ethridge
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Join Pastor Ed Ethridge as he explains the symbolic purpose of the bread and wine taken during The Lord’s Supper. If you would like to partake in The Lord’s Supper during this segment, please feel free to do so where you are.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Is Communion a sacred time for self-reflection and examination?

Is Communion a time for each to remember the person and work of Jesus?

Is Communion a time for confession, so as to not eat or drink unworthy?

What is the symbolic purpose of the bread and wine?

As we physically ingest the food and the drink, are we to remember that we depend upon Jesus and the saving benefits of his life, death, and resurrection?

What is “open communion”?

Join Pastor Ed as he leads believers in open communion… NOTE: Pastor Ed assures us that you don’t need to have unleavened bread and wine to participate as long as you pray, repent, and believe.

Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program

Host Terry Lowry interviews influential and knowledgeable guests on relevant topics for today.


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